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Position Available

Position Available

Hub Liaison Officer for Wellington Hub (Gippsland)
Local Community Leadership Network for Women with Disabilities

Women with Disabilities Victoria is a dynamic and vibrant organisation of women with disabilities working for women with disabilities in Victoria.  

Our mission is to advance real social and economic inclusion for women with disabilities in Victoria by being a voice, creating opportunities to be visible and heard, building partnerships to deliver the best results, and engaging the community to challenge attitudes and myths about women with disabilities.

We are looking for a woman who identifies as having a disability, with some experience of supporting other women with disabilities in her local community. The role of Hub Liaison Officer will support the development of the Local Leadership Network, known as “The Wellington Hub”.

The position description and Hub information can be downloaded from


This is a fixed term, 8-month contract for 1 day (7.6hrs) a fortnight.

Applications close on Monday at 5:00pm 16/10/2017

How to apply:

  • Write a covering letter containing your name, address and contact details
  • Respond to all of the Key Selection Criteria (KSC) on the position description
  • Provide an updated Resume/CV with at least two ( 2 ) referee names and their contact details, plus an approximate date of when you can commence

Please email or post (if required) documents to Akii Ngo Women’s Empowerment Manager at akii.ngo@wdv.org.au or GPO Box 1160, Melbourne 3001

 For any questions about the Hubs, the role, to get support to apply or any other inquiries, please contact Jane Oldfield, Women’s Engagement and Empowerment Officer,  by phoning 9286 7807 or by emailing jane.oldfield@wdv.org.au

The successful applicant will be required to attend a 1-day induction & planning forum in Melbourne in late October/mid November 2017.

Posted on 4 October 2017

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